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effect as deen was dropped from deal to lucrative deal. >> if you are wrongly sued in america, your best recourse is to lick your wounds and move on. >> our thanks to michaela for that report. this isn't the end of her legal troubles. she faces claims of sexual harassment and abusive treatment from the same lawsuit. >>> coming up, you need an id to buy liquor and cigarettes. how about that nail polish remover? why one drugstore chain is cracking down. >>> jellyfish invasion. why swimmers are being very, very careful. >> that hurts. >> it does. watch out there. with the spark miles card from capital one, bjorn earns unlimited rewards for his small business. take these bags to room 12 please. [ garth ] bjorn's small business earns double miles on every purchase every day. produce delivery. [ bjorn ] just put it on my spark card. [ garth ] why settle for less? ahh, oh! [ garth ] great businesses deserve unlimited rewards. here's your wake up call. [ male announcer ] get the spark business card from capital one and earn unlimited rewards. choose double miles or 2% cash back on every purchase
said we are going defend ourselves and stand-up to america. now it sounds more subdued. a lot of people are trying to leave the country now. i wouldn't say it's an exodus but for a couple days, we are going try to leave syria and come back when things turn down a little bit. we were out on the streets of the syrian capital to gauge the mood of people. they are nervous. let's have a look at what some people had to say. even with u.s. warships ready to strike off syria's coach, it's certain they used chemical weapons on their people. at first glance, damascus doesn't appear to be on the edge. this man is with the police force and says he's not afraid of u.s. air strikes. this is my country, i believe we are winning. others counting on help from above. this doesn't scare me, she says, i believe in god so much i know the usa can't do anything. the war is never far away with plumes of smoke constantly rising up from the outskirts of the capital. at damascus university many students are loyal to bashir assad and say they don't believe he used the gas against civilians. i believe chemical weap
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starting at just over $1 a day. and now get adt installed for just $99. isn't your family worth america's number-one security company? current adt customers call for special upgrade saveings. after buying two of everything, it was nice to only need one security system -- adt. [ male announcer ] get adt installed for just $99. and ask about adt pulse, advanced home management here today. adt. always there. >>> welcome back to "early start," everyone. what time is it? it's money time. >> good morning. futures playing higher this morning. that's good news. good start to august. new trading month. the federal reserve didn't change its tune on its historic stimulus on the economy. that puts the focus on tomorrow's jobs report. blockbuster jobs report could convince the fed start pull back its support on the economy. stocks up 5% on the month. it's okay, it's okay to logon. i encourage you. yesterday investors liked facebook. 14 months later, facebook finally got back to its ipo price of 38 bucks yesterday. got there briefly. facebook's recent surge has been impressive. the company reported b
should act to protect america's good credit well before risk of default. >>> a combination of debt fears, intention of the situation in syria sent stocks lower on monday. it was the 12th down day in a month. it's the longest losing streak since august. ladies, there's a bright spot. average 401(k) balances up 10% in the second quarter. fidelity's average $80,600 up 10% from the same time last year. if you have been at a job ten years and been in the plan that long, the average, $211,800. it's up 19% from a year ago. that is a good number there for people to take home with them today. >>> taser stock on a scare. taser makes a stun gun, but the stock surged 30% over the past two weeks. two weeks! not because of the gun. >> why? >> expected demand for the wearable camera. it has a camera you can wear on a police officer's vest. stock started rising after a judge ruled the nypd's stop and frisk strategy. a one-year pilot program would equip cameras. for more, check out this story on cnnmoney.com. the story about taser and the wearable cameras, very, very interesting. any of you ladies surf?
investments gone bad. the government sued bank of america for defrauding investors. >>> concerns of small cars, the sentra, seoul and forday got the worst rating for highway safety. they put compact cars through a new more stringent crash test. they went 40 miles per hour and hit a barrier. kia and nissan said the test went beyond what the requirements are. they are vowed to make safety changes. top marks to the civic, dart, focus, elan tro and scion. >>> are you sentenced to jail, but don't like the accommodations? >> a great story. >> you can upgrade. in california, you can get a quieter, smaller jail for $155 a day and a one-time fee of 45 bucks. it's still jail with a standard cell with the lousy, thin mattress from what i hear. you get the toilet and the sink. why is california doing this? it can help the bottom line. if just five prisoners upgrade, freemont could earn $250,000. >> rewards points. like hotels. i get up early -- >> gaining reward points. i guess it depends on how long you are in. >> it is awfully expensive. >> it's worth it if you don't want to be with the general populati
on a childhood stammering problem and a cheating girlfriend. he claims to now love america insisting he rejected radical islam. >>> to texas and a shooting spree in dallas that left four dead. the funman was a 44-year-old special education teacher and former member of a hip hop dance troop that performs at dallas mavericks games. the women he killed were his e stranged wife, his girlfriend. he shot four people, killing two and went to desoto, texas threw a bomb and shot four more people, killing two others. some of the victims are children. he is now in custody. police say he has been difficult to interview so far. >>> charges for two canadian men in connection with a tragic sexual assault and a bullying case. the 17-year-old died in april after attempting suicide. she had been raped by four boys in 2011 and pictures of her were shared online. the two 18-year-old men who have not been identified are charged with making and distributing child pornography. >>> the seemingly never ending michael jackson wrongful death trial may go on longer. she doesn't expect them to begin deliberations until late
a day. and now get adt installed for just $99. isn't your family worth america's number-one security company? current adt customers call for special upgrade saveings. after buying two of everything, it was nice to only need one security system -- adt. [ male announcer ] get adt installed for just $99. and ask about adt pulse, advanced home management here today. adt. always there. >>> claims of a chemical weapons attack. the syrian opposition claiming hundreds, hundreds were killed overnight. the syrian government denying the accusation. we are live with this gruesome and developing story. >>> murder for sport. three teenagers charged with killing a college athlete because they were bored. we're going to show you the chaotic courthouse scene coming up next. >>> and bear break-ins, plaguing one nevada community. but residents aren't allows them to do anything about it. we'll tell you why. >> welcome back. i'm zoraida sambolin. >> i'm christine romans in for john berman. >> and we have breaking news from syria. a warning some viewers might find these disturbing. rebels claim hundreds a
your privacy. >> america is not interested in spying on ordinary people. they are focused on finding the information necessary to protect our people. >> reporter: the nsa is supposed to target foreign communication that is have to do with terror investigations. chris lawrence, cnn, washington. >> lawyers for david miranda will bring their case to the high court today. he is at the center of the nsa leak scandal. copying information from his electronic devices. his phone, laptop and other devices were seized when he was detained at heathrow airport. >>> a flight attendant will plead guilty against making a bomb threat against one of his own flights. he used a pay phone to call in threats against six united flights last october. he made a bomb threat against a plane. he faces a maximum five year sen sense. >>> aaron hernandez is scheduled to be in court this afternoon. prosecutors will be presenting evidence to convince a judge to keep him behind bars. it could be canceled if they indict him first. he's charged with shooting and killing his former friend, o den lloyd. >>> a cab driver
: their fear was never evident in the 911 call that has riveted america. >> ooh, he just went outside and started shooting. >> reporter: the first shot was into the floor a few feet away. >> he took the shot to allow me and the other person in there to know this was not a game and he was not playing. this was serious. >> reporter: she knew the lives of 800 students hung in the balance. >> you see all this movement and he actually went to that door with the gun drawn to start shooting. and the media person was there and he looked him dead in the face and started drawing his gun up. i started talking to him. i said come back in. stay in here with me. don't go anywhere. stay in here. >> reporter: so began one of the most frightening and fascinating negotiations recorded. >> he said to tell them to back off. he don't want the kids. he wants it police. >> reporter: watching the man load the gun. >> bullets everywhere on top of magazines. i knew when he made the last call he was going to go. he loaded up to go. >> reporter: instead of feeling fear or anger, tuff felt compassion recalling he
miss you. >>> there she is, lady liberty. how about that? good morning new york. good morning, america. good to have you with us on "early start." good to have you on this bright, bright monday morning. >> she's the color of green. >> christine romans is here. >> when she's here, we are talking money. >> a $10 billion deal aimed at killing cancer. am jen, is buying a pharmaceuticals company for $10.4 billion. it's a big deal. it will give them a leg up and foot into one of the biggest and fastest growing markets, cancer drugs. the drown jewel onyx is for bone marrow cancer. it will generate annual sales of $2 billion. stocks futures are lower. the dow topped three weeks in a row of decline. the dow is down 4% over the three-week period. the longest since november, 2012. investors aren't feeling confident about stocks. the latest survey found nearly 43% of respondents were bearish, 28% bullish and 28% neutralish. you are still up big for the year. speaking of big, after passing on the 2013 super bowl, general motors is back in the game for 2014. in 2012, gm bought five ads for chevy and
to thank you for getting that footage for people in america to see what is happening there. first hand accounts from people directly affected. fred pleitgen from inside syria, thank you so much for that. >>> now to california where a massive fire continues to spread near yosemite national park. it's grown to 281 square miles and has destroyed more than 100 buildings, including some homes. thousands are more threatened. casey wian is on the fire lines. >> reporter: walking into the burning timber in yosemite national park, the loud crackling of burning trees and the crash of trees falling is unmistakable. although firefighters are gaining more control over the rim fire, you can see that there are places like this where it's largely burning out of control. just in the last couple of minutes, those trees have started to burn very, very quickly. and it moving now toward the main highway through this part of yosemite, so we need to get out of here. >> one of the biggest concerns, obviously, you see these large trees out here. so, we have a lot of those trees that are dropping, they're falli
it safe, going to bring their families out of the country and wait to see if america strikes. the regime is sending people, propaganda people out waving syrian flags, honking their horns, making the people prepare for what could be an american attack. >> any word on how the u.s. is reacting to the claim it was actually the rebels? >> reporter: not so far. it comes out of left field. so far, the u.s. is saying all the evidence that washington has points to the fact this was a regime chemical attack that happened there. the big question is going to be what are the u.n. weapons inspectors going to find out? today is the last day gathering evidence on the ground. they are going to the eastern suburbs of damascus. they are leaving tomorrow morning then they want a brief. then we'll probably hear or possibly hear what sort of chemical agent was used in the attack. that could tell who could have done this. >> it will piece together what they find there. fred, we appreciate that. thank you so very much. >>> vice president, joe biden, announcing two white house executive orders on gun control. fi
back in 2008, b of a sold mortgages that were risky. here's the important part, though, bank of america knew it and didn't say anything. the bank said it will fight the charges and also says that securities were, quote, sold to sophisticated investors who had ample access to underlying data. meaning the investigators could have figured it out on their own. >>> warhol, monet, rockwell, if you want a piece from one of these iconic artists. you may think you have to go to a gallery. huh-uh. you can go to amazon. the norman rockwell piece at $400,000 but amazon art also lists items for 200 bucks. online art sales are expected to double in the next four years. >> is the ship including? >> if you can afford that, i don't think you worry about the shipping. kind of like if you buy you don't have to worry about insurance. >>> cnn learning criminal charges have been filed in the benghazi attack. our arwa damon is live. who the government says is behind those murders. this is right after the break. [ male announcer ] bob has afib: atrial fibrillation not caused by a heart valve problem, a conditi
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